Below are three new small tiny drawings. Each about an inch or an inch and a half high.
They are all charcoals and both are my interpretation of the ancient Egyptian god Horus, of whom it is said was born on December 25, conceived by a Virgin, the only begotten son of the god Osiris, his mother was Mehturt, her husband was Seb (or Jo-Seb), his birth was heralded by Sirius (the morning star) and witnessed by shepherds, and then Herut tried to have him murdered, he then came of age at 12, and then baptized in the river Eridanus at age 30 by Anup The Baptizer (who was subsequently beheaded).
He was then taken from the desert of Amenta up a high mountain by his arch-rival Set, who is an Egyptian evil dude. Horus resisted the temptation, acquired 12 followers, walked on water, cast out demons, healed the sick, restored sight to the blind, raised Osirus from the grave, and for all his troubles was then crucified together with two thieves and buried in a tomb, but resurrected after three days, and his resurrection was apparently witnessed by some women.
And in the Zodiac he's associated with Pisces, the fish.
He also has issues with one of his eyes.
"Horus" Charcoal on Paper
1.5 inches by 3 inches
"Eyes of Horus" Charcoal on Paper
1.5 inches by 2.5 inches
"Mouth of Horus" Charcoal on Paper
1 inch by 3.5 inches